An acronym for "Structured Query Language" (it's not the name of a specific DBMS product), SQL can be used in relational database management systems (RDBMS) to query, update, delete, and insert data as well as modify the structure of the database. It can also be used to manage schemas and data ...

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Receiving error Error: 18059, Severity: 20, State: 1 in the SQL Logs

I'm using SQL Server 2008 Sp3 Lately I'm having errors in the SQL Logs: Error: 18059, Severity: 20, State: 1. The connection has been dropped because the principal that opened it ...
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ERWIN create and use database

Im trying to generate physical database from my logical model using ERWIN 7. All is well in the script that is generated automatically, there is only the problem that the model is created in the ...
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Using Import Wizard with Access - No null values

I am trying to import a table from Access to SSMS using the Import Wizard but when I do the resulting table has a lot of empty strings instead of the NULL values that I am expecting. How do I make ...
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Which parameters was a stored procedure or command executed with?

We are using nHibernate which generates queries from .NET code. Occasionally, some queries get stuck in the sp_whoisactive list and we cannot find out why. I have a feeling that it has to do with a ...
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Did the Change Tracking internals change from SQL Server 2008 to 2012?

In trouble shooting an issue with synchronizing disconnected devices with a central database server, we are experiencing a problem after upgrading to SQL Server 2012 on the server. It appears that the ...
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How can I search values, considering occurences, on more than one term in SQL Server CE?

I have a rather complex SQL query, that I actually received help from this SE site to come up with parts of. This query is designed to take a search term and search all relevant values in a database ...
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SELECT COL_NAME(969262708, ORDINAL_POSITION) returns a NULL value in one of the rows

So I've got a Stored Procedure that's copying data from one table to another. It calls this other SP to get the column names. I didn't write this darn thing, but here's that part: ALTER PROCEDURE ...
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merge replication too big

I have multiple handhelds which sync their data via merge replication. from time to time, new core data is imported on the server-database. for some reasons I keep the old data in the databse and set ...
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How to Audit for Access with Cross Database Ownership Chaining

I've just joined the data team of a new company and we have a large SQL Server environment (100+ instances) and cross database ownership chaining is on by what I gather is a necessity. I'm looking for ...
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How unsafe is it to change the data source of repl_distributor on a publisher

I have a long story that I will condense to a few bullet points that leads up to my question Reporting Server (SQL 2008) is distributor/subscriber cluster for a SQL 2000 Transactional Publication ...
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Wich is the most efficient/easy way for end-user to get data from Analysis database?

I know that you can quey a cube by connecting from excel to Analysis database and using formulas like cubevalue() or cubemember(). I also know that after converting the power pivot to formulas you can ...
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SSRS URL Changes while navigating

I am trying to track down the root cause of this issue I keep seeing. We have SSRS running with a custom URL like https://reporting.companyname.com/reports. When I connect to that address I can ...
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Best way to get time zone key name from SQL Server

Below is what I pieced together but I wanted to see what other ways are available. SET NOCOUNT ON; GO DECLARE @tz VARCHAR(50) EXEC [master].[dbo].[xp_regread] 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE' ...
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Checking for multiple identical values in a Posgresql array

I have a simple table in Postgresql: CREATE TABLE data (id integer, values integer[]); INSERT INTO data VALUES (1, '{1,2,3,4,5}'); INSERT INTO data VALUES (2, '{1,1,2,3,4,5}'); INSERT INTO data ...
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Can there be any case where it would require additional indexes while all columns compose primary key

Ok i don't know whether this question is asked before or not Here my table SET ANSI_NULLS ON GO SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON GO CREATE TABLE [dbo].[tblProductPagesFeatures]( ...
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Service broker routes and DNS

Apologies for the long post but I've recently seen some strange behaviour with Service Broker when the routes it uses reference a DNS entry, and I am wondering if anyone has seen the same? We have ...
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Domain name change of SQL servers involved in replication

I have a situation where client wants to change their domain name of servers hosting SQL Servers(e.g. from AB to CD). I have a transactional replication with updatable subscription configured with 1 ...
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Emulating WITH clause in MySQL/query perfomance review

I have never really worked with MySQL queries till this last week. I was tasked with making a simple tool for my department that tracks contacts. Here are the 2 tables and the type of data they ...
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Split comma separated entries to rows

I have a Table like this: | ID | OtherID | Data +--------+-----------+--------------------------- | 5059 | 73831 | 5103,5107 | 5059 | 73941 | 5103,5104,5107 | 5059 | 73974 | ...
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Network and memory waits after massive ALTER

We had to do a massive ALTER to our DB, changing one central table's PK to BIGINT due to approaching ID's generated in the 2 billion range. Due to this, several hundred referencing keys and indexes ...
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SQL Server 2012 High availability Groups for OLTP and Reporting environments

I would like to seek your advice in designing a high availability architecture at my current work place. We are moving to SQL Server 2012 platform and we currently have a set of OLTP databases ...
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Empty Space in buffer pool

I was doing some reading and came across this article from Paul Randal: http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/performance-issues-from-wasted-buffer-pool-memory/ Using the queries from that article, I ...
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Setting up triggers based on exposed columns in a view's source table

I have a table where I want to do a AFTER UPDATE trigger if one of the columns modified was in a specific view CREATE VIEW [dbo].[iv_EmployeesView] AS SELECT EMPLOYEE_GUID AS EmployeeGuid, ...
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Multi-Statement Template Plan Guide

A piece of, um, software seems to be issuing ~20k queries of this form every few seconds: DELETE FROM macVendor WHERE companyId=N' 08-00-'; INSERT INTO macVendor (companyId,organization) VALUES (N' ...
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Postgres Case statement not return else value in this query

I'm creating a SQL query with a some nested queries and I'm trying to use the CASE statement but it is behaving weirdly. I've been at it for at least 6 hours without any luck... This is my query at ...
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SQL Server 2012 Replication

Please help me out with a problem I am facing. I have a table T. I altered the table to alter the column C from varchar (10) to varchar (100). Now, there is a view V that is schema bound and selects ...
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MySQL Queries taking too long to execute

I have a database table, with 300,000 rows and 113.7 MB in size. I have my database running on Ubuntu 13.10 with 8 Cores and 8GB of RAM. As things are now, the MySQL server uses up an average of 750% ...
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Query optimization on a large table in PostgreSQL

I am not super experienced with databases, just have a college level course under my belt. I am trying to see if an existing query can be optimized. Currently on average takes over 300ms. There is a ...
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Mysql slow writes

i have a strange problem with mysql. My selects goes fast. My insert/create/delete/drop/update go very slow. I have done some tests on 2 machines. My old machine and my new machine. Old is worst ...
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Cannot connect to SQL Server 2008 after updating the service pack

After updating, whenever I start the service of the server in configuration manager, it always stops then. And I found the error in the log 2013-04-13 19:08:19.63 spid7s Error: 15174, ...
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Transform XPath map into XML document using relational data

Background Most modern databases have XML functions that can be used to extract data in an XML format. I want to avoid the task of manually calling XML functions to extract the data. This problem ...
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How to speed up SQL Server RIGHT JOIN on 100MM+ Records - use TVF?

I use a table insert to UNION a CTE of converting transactions to visits (converting or not) and then summarize the visit data (no details, just pages visited & txns completed) to get funnel ...
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Is there a Postgres admin GUI that can execute a master file containing multiple sql files

I'm developing a really long script. I'd like to break the script into smaller, more manageable scripts and include each sql file in a master file, then just execute the master file. example: ...
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Limit Output Flat File Size In SSIS

I am using Flat File Destination to export my data's to a Text file. I need to limit the output File size to 1 MB. Is it possible?
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Last Known Successful DBCC CHECKDB

I understand that looking at DBCC PAGE is supposed to show me the last known good DBCC CHECKDB but I am not seeing this work correctly. I have a database that I know is corrupted. If I run DBCC ...
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QBE Query By Example. How does it handle OR conditions?

I've been looking at implementing QBE into an application but need more information on how more complex queries work. How does QBE handle "OR" conditions? For example when searching a telephone book ...
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SQLite Performance Tuning

I have the following query, which fetches data from only one table. It is a query which is supposed to return data for an autocomplete function. Autocomplete data can be in text1 or text2. The ...
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SQL fulltext accent insensitive

I am using SQL Server fulltext containstable and the column which is indexed has collation Czech_CS_AS, so why when I have word "byt" it returns records with word "být" too. I thought that the ...
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SQL fulltext indexing ranking combined with ranking used by window's file indexing service

We have a list of records contained within a MS SQL database table, we have enabled "Full Text Indexing" on the table. Also, we have set up a window's file indexing service and added a catalog ...
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SQL Developer Data Modeller and Data Dictionary question

I'm not a DBA but I am a (mostly!) competent SQL report writer. Can I trouble you DBAs for some pro-knowledge, please? I can connect SQL Developer to Oracle XE's data dictionary without any problem, ...
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What is causing all of the msrepl_tran_version columns to become out-of-sync between locations in transactional replication setup?

I have been having a recurring issue with transactional replication setups at the firm I work for. We use SQL 2008 R2. Seemingly without warning or any replication errors, all of the ...
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sql data to a csv-file via cobol

I 'm using the following code : string 'insert into ' delimited by size 'tgamGameTeams ' delimited by size '(Id,Name,RemainingBudget,TeamGamePoints,GameId) ' ...
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Clustered Column store table Delete error

I am getting the below error when we tried to delete records on clustered column store table using OPENDATASOURCE. DELETE TOP (1) OPENDATASOURCE('SQLNCLI','Data Source=Server Name;Integrated ...
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reports on history table

Assume Trucks which travel between Cityies. I store the Cityies that a Truck has traveled to in TruckLocationHistory table, if the Truck is passing the City, State = Passed and if it gonna stays for ...
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How to query sum all the wins of each team

Matches ID| radiant_name | dire_name | radiant_win 1 | LV | LGD | true 2 | LGD | LV | false 3 | LV | LGD | false 4 | LV | LGD | false ...
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MySQL - Transactions and causality

I'm new to MySQL's LOCK and TRANSACTION and have a question about different isolation levels of a transaction: Given two transactions executing the same code (auto-commit is false): (1) get data of ...
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Handling SQL updates for production deploys

I'm researching for quite a long time now (about two months) and haven't found a good approach for this, so I'll ask you experts out there in the hope of some enlightenment. I run a pretty ...
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Optimizing SELECT queries

I'm not very experienced with database query optimization. I've been reading through similar questions here and Postgres tuning articles online, but unfortunately I haven't had any luck. Here's what I ...
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MySQL not using multicolumn index on self join

I'm trying to optimise a query that performs an inner join with itself. The table size is currently 10GB ~50 million rows. /* Count all occurrences between start and end site id of a given speed ...
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MDF/TempDB Growth, SQL Server 2005 Enterprise

Here's my scenario: SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Records from Database A being added to Database B Size of Database A MDF file: 3.15 GB I have separate drives for Data, Logs, and System. I ran a ...